...I have worked as a recruiter for NYC. I also do career strategy for graduates and mid-level managers. I have 6 years of experience in higher education and I understand the different career paths out there and have learned how to guide people in understanding them.
Central Islip, NYView Tutor
...Many of my students are from Kindergarten to 6th grade. I tutor them with reading and writing as well as Math. I have had to teach children to write, pronounce vowels (with emphasis on long and short sounds). Teach them to associate words with pictures, help them with their verbs and nouns, adverbs, punctuations and more.
Jamaica, NYView Tutor
...I worked as a High School transition counselor and coach for students with special needs. The work was rewarding and helping students define their strengths, deficits, and accomplishments prepared them to complete the college application process. Finally, I completed my graduate studies at Rutgers University, NJ.
Union, NJView Tutor
...My tutoring experience comes from working as a speech-language pathology assistant where one-on-one training/teaching was provided to children who struggled with reading and writing, mathematics, speech articulation, and/ or pragmatics. This job opened my eyes to how rewarding this type of work is. Without some form of help, I think we would all fail.
Ossining, NYView Tutor
...Applied mathematics is generally an exercise in translating complicated word problems, much like the ones you'll see on your Regents or SATs. At work, I was one of the principal model builders on my team, using Excel to project future returns of investments and to quantify the risk. Some of our main tools were VLOOKUPs, INDEX, MATCH, and return calculators like XIRR.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor